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Healthy Food

29th Sep 2021

6 Dublin restaurants that do yummy healthy food

Katy Thornton

January is the month for resolutions, but if you’re struggling to find healthy food that tastes great, then you’ve come to the right place.

We get it, eating healthy can be a bit boring. It’s hard to enjoy your dry salad while everyone else is munching down on burgers and chips. However, these Dublin restaurants do amazing healthy food without ever slacking on the flavour.

1. Eathos

With two locations, one on Upper Baggot Street and one on Lower Baggot Street, Eathos is the place for incredible healthy food. Not only does it taste amazing, it is also presented beautifully. Just look at that granola bowl – like a mini work of art.

Eathos opens 8am to 3pm Monday to Friday.

2. Tiller + Grain

This café is based on Frederick Street. Tiller + Grain serves a range of salads, sandwiches, and pastries. Their brand promise is “we make everything fresh and daily with taste and nutrition being at the core of our food.”

Tiller + Grain opens 8am to 4pm Monday through to Saturday.

3. Urban Health

Ranelagh is lucky to host this stunning little café. Urban Health understood the assignment of healthy food that tastes great. They serve options for vegans, vegetarians, and meat eaters.

Urban Health opens 8-3 Monday to Friday and 9-4 on Saturday and Sunday.

4. Nutbutter

There are many exceptional choices on the Nutbutter menu, but we urge you to try the Mexican bowl, with brisket for meat eaters, without for veggies. This spot on Grand Canal Dock has a beautiful setting and does mouth watering food that provides amazing sustenance for the whole day.

Nutbutter opens every day at 11:30am, and is a must visit whether you’re on a health trip or not.

5. Urbanity

Look at that gorgeous plate of seafood. Urbanity in Smithfield promises a menu that is  “always seasonal” and food that “is always fresh“. Since opening in 2016 they have built quite a cult following and we can see why.

Urbanity opens 8-4 Monday to Friday and 9-5 Saturdays and Sundays. They only accept walk ins.

6. Tang

Tang on Dawson Street knows how to produce good food with good ingredients. On their website they state, “We serve food the way it should be, nutritious, healthy and most importantly, delicious!” In our opinion, they absolutely fulfill this statement. They do a range of salads, breakfasts, oats, and many more.

Tang has a second location on Abbey Street.

So you see, you can still eat delicious food when you’re trying to make healthier choices.

Header image via Instagram/urbanhealth_ie

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